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Supplier: PCB Piezotronics, Inc.
Description: Spark - The Spark series are the perfect choice for personal noise exposure sampling in the workplace. Weighing only 7 ounces, they are intrinsically safe data logging dosimeters There are seven Spark models available with a full range of capabilities. Choose from basic dataloggers with no display
- Meter Style: Noise Dosimeter
- Sound Level Measurement Modes: Flat (Unweighted) SPL, A-Weighted SPL (LA), C-Weighted SPL (LC)
- Control Panel: Analog, Computer Interface
- Interface Options: Other
Supplier: Vibra Screw, Inc.
Description: Standard, agitator conditioner, and vibrated feeders are available
- Feeder Type: Feed Screws / Augers
- Application / Operation: Process / Bin Discharging
- Flow Control: Volumetric
- Material Characteristics: Dry / Free Flowing
Supplier: Scantek, Inc.
Description: obtained during the checking process. A luminous remote display may be connected to the LRF-05, allowing you to observe in real time the measured sound pressure level together with the attenuation level applied by the LRF-05. NOTE: This model has the option ENOS (Extraneous Noise Override System
Supplier: Guardair Corporation
Description: Features Venturi nozzle delivers 100% more thrust compared to conventional air guns Compact design fits comfortably in the palm of your hand Extension allows for longer reach Meets OSHA standards Standard stock lengths from 6" - 72" Durable cast aluminum body 1/4" FNPT inlet
Sound Level Meters and Noise Dosimeters - Type I sound meter w/NIST-traceable certificate -- EW-86502-12Supplier: Cole-Parmer Instrument Company
Description: Superior accuracy for more critical measurements Provides noise dB readings in both the A and C weighting scales with an accuracy of ±1 dB. Meter is easy to operate; each independent setting is selectable and visible on the meter controls. Additional features include fast or slow response
- Meter Style: Sound Level Meter
- Display: Video Display Terminal
Supplier: Raymond Handling Consultants, L.C.
Description: PARTITION SYSTEMS/STANDARD & CUSTOM
- Partition Type: Room Partitions
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Is Noise Pollution in the Laboratory a Health Risk
Is Noise Pollution in the Laboratory a Health Risk?. Noise pollution in the laboratory, as in any workplace, is a serious health concern. That ’s according to the US Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) whose role it is to enforce the Occupational Noise Exposure Standard (29 CFR 1910.5). Among other requirements, the standard calls for employers to implement a hearing conservation program for workers exposed to a time weighted average noise level of 85 decibels (dBA... (read more)
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Flir Commercial Systems
Integrating Sound Level Datalogger
Built-in RS- 232 interface with included Windows® datalogging software. • Tripod mount. • Meets IEC 651/804 Type 2 and ANSI S1.4 Type 2 specifications. • Complete with wind shield, adj ustment screwdriver, RS-232 cable, 9 to 25 pin gender changer, Windows ™ software, battery, and case. Applications: • Perform Leq and SEL measurements. • OSHA compliance Testing. • Noise Ordinance. • Machine Noise Evaluation. • Data Storage for pertinent... (read more)
Browse Sound Level Meters and Noise Dosimeters Datasheets for Flir Commercial Systems
Sound Level Meter Identifies Source Of HearingLoss
fines, and keep noise levels below the limits shown in OSHA Standard 29 CFR – 1910.95(a). Accurate and responsive, the Digital Sound Level Meter measures the decibels of the sound and displays the reading on the large LCD display that has a backlight button for easy viewing. An "F/S" response time button provides a choice of slow response measurements for comparatively stable noise measurement or fast for varying noise. The “Max Hold ” setting will measure the maximum noise... (read more)
Browse Sound Level Meters and Noise Dosimeters Datasheets for EXAIR Corporation
CEL-620 Series Wide Range Analyzer
is also the best choice where the frequency content of the noise in addition to the time average levels of varying or impulsive noises are required, for example in a workplace noise survey for OSHA/ACGIH/NIOSH compliance. All results are viewed on the high resolution LCD that uses color as an indicator to guide the new (or experienced) user through the measurement procedure. This basic measurement mode allows the user to walk around a factory and take readings whenever and wherever they are needed... (read more)
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Effects Linked To Noise Exposure
be repaired or replaced. The Federal Noise Standard For Employee Exposure As Developed By OSHA. (Occupational Safety & Health Administration). Key Points. 8 hours at 90 dBA equals the permissible exposure level (100% dose). 8 hours at 85 dBA equals 50% of the permissible exposure level (PEL). The OSHA
Creating Equipment that Meets Carrier Requirements using Open Standards (.pdf)
carriers generally require proof of compliance to a similar set of standards generated and maintained by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI). These standards are primarily EN 300 019, EN 300 386, ETS 300 753 and EN 300 132. While the requirements are very similar to NEBS
Making Air Systems Clean & Quiet
. In addition to oil-mist limits, regulations govern noise levels of compressed-air exhaust. OSHA Standard 1910.95 on occupational noise, in short, limits a worker's average noise exposure in an 8-hr day to 90 dB, and less than 15
Why Is It So Noisy
world, excess noise and subsequent hearing damage and loss pose a significant risk in the workplace. In 1991, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA's) Directorate of Compliance Programs issued a memo instructing regional offices to cite employers for failure to record instances
Effects of Ultrasonics on Health
. Permissible Noise Exposures. Sound level dBa. Duration per day, hours. Slow Response. 8. 90. 6. 92. 4. 95. 3. 97. 2. 100. 1.5. 102. 1. 105. 0.5. 110. 0.25 or less. 115. Source: Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 29CFR Sec 1910.95. (Occupational Noise Exposure) Table G-16. Ultrasonic
When precision bearings are exactly right for motion control
position accuracy, and generates more audible noise, conflicting with OSHA requirements for quieter work environments. One way to meet these challenges is with precision bearings. Although no one type of bearing is specifically labeled "precision," some need little maintenance and offer features
) was required for individuals working in this area in order to comply with OSHA’s occupational noise exposure standards. Quadrant’s solution. Due to its low coefficient of friction, abrasion resistance and corrosion resistance, 3/8”-thick TIVAR® 88-2 end wall liner kits were selected to line
Routine Maintenance on AC Inverters (.pdf)
The electric motor in its simplest terms is a converter of electrical energy to useful mechanical energy. The electric motor has played a leading role in the high productivity of modern industry, and it is therefore directly responsible for the high standard of living being enjoyed throughout
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Occupational noise exposure. - 1910.95
? Standard Number: 1910.95 ? Title: Occupational noise exposure.
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